Writing

Full Length Plays

Full Length Plays

 In the winter of 1915, Oberon and Titania test their fate against the oaths of mortals.

A Midwinter
Night's Revel

 A true and accurate account of the Elizabethan zombie plague 9m, 2f, limitless extras  (full-length, possible intermission)

William Shakespeare's
Land of the Dead

 "an intense, time-traveling sci-fi ride" 3m, 3f, enforcers  (full-length, with intermission)

The Transdimensional
Couriers Union

 Thieves vie for control of 1720s London 5m, 1f  (full-length and hour-long versions)

The Lives of the Most
Notorious Highwaymen

 One cadet. One penguin. The army will never be the same. 2m, 1f, 2 puppeteers  (full-length, no intermission)

Squawk

 A remote village, a lonely toymaker, a journey of imagination. 3m, 3f, 5 children  (full-length, no intermission)

S. Gunter Klaus &
the Story Before

a penny dreadful series Victorian Tales of Crime and the Supernatural 4m, 2f  (5 episodes, approx. 1 hour each)

London After Midnight
a five-part series

 Anarchy! Bicycles! Punk! 3m, 1f  (one hour, no intermission)

10-Speed Revolution


Adaptations

A new adaptation of the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas

The Three Musketeers

 A physically imaginative retelling of the classic tale 10 people  (full-length, no intermission)

The Legend of
Sleepy Hollow

 An emotionally powerful adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel 8m, 4f  (full-length, with intermission)

Drakul

 A highly physical retelling of Melville's Moby Dick 10m  (full length, no intermission)

Or the White Whale

Heimbuch's script is a great intellectual feat, tossing several balls immediately into the air and keeping them there for the play's duration, dispensing tidbits of information at a heady, entrancing pace that may have you on the edge of your seat. - Jay Gabler,
TC Daily Planet

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